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1984 By George Orwell

Summary: 1984 By George Orwell

Themes, Characters, Plots, Settings, Situations, Author's Background, Contempory Relevance, Authors view of the themes


1984 is a novel written by George Orwell. It is a satire that aims to depict a life under a totalitarian government through the eyes of the protagonist, Winston Smith.

Initially 1984 didn't appeal to me. It sounded like an old novel about war. Then I read a summary of the book and it sounded a lot more interesting then I first thought. The idea of a society completely different to the one that I live in attracted me to read it.

George Orwell, or sometimes known as Eric Arthur Blair, was born in Motihari, India on June 25, 1903. Orwell hated totalitarianism and in 1936 he joined the Republican forces in the Spanish Civil War, and was wounded. Later, when the Communists attempted to eliminate their allies on the far left, Orwell fought against them and was forced to flee Spain for his life. Orwell was a socialist but detested extreme...

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